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in the last two years. look at this ad fromne congressman, joe donnelly. in indiana in a tough re-election fight. >> they're at it again, miring joe donnelly. the fact, joe donnelly is indiana's congressman, he oppo opposes attempts to privates a social security, and nancy pelosi's energy tax. she risks our social security and the stock market. there's a difference. joe donnelly is the independent voice why.o protects your famil. >> so kim, the sub connec sub cf the ad should be nancy pelosi, i've never meant the woman, who is that? won't be seen in the same room with her and how many democrats are running on this is it. >> if you're in trouble in the polls, you're running n this theme. and that's what democrats have decided they will run on this fall. which is opposition to their party's agenda and also the president personally and the majority leader, harry reid. and you are seeing it not just on things like healthcare, but on stimulus, and also onthe to bailout. >> is there any single issue on which they're actually running on the record? >> you know, yo do see a s few guys out
of indiana. former arkansas governor mike huckabee came in second. mitt romney came in third. at fourth was newt gingrich. sarah palin came in fifth. >>> busy local bridges are closed, the chain bridge and the frederick douglass bridge were both closed last night for structural repairs. that means there is no access to them for motorists, cyclists, or pedestrians. both are expected to reopen at 5:00 a.m. monday. the chain bridge will close again each of the next three weekends in october. >>> very nice saturday night. it brought about the rest of the weekend -- what about the rest of the weekend? brian van degraff is in the weather center. >> we are watching a gorgeous weekend developing. it is fitting because this is the last full weekend of summer, as we switchover to fall. the weatherbug network temperatures cooling off nicely, upper 70's, 80 degrees. 62 rockville. leesburg 59, 57 warrenton. 58 la plata. we are cooling off nicely. in the morning, 50's downtown, 40's in the suburbs. we warm to the upper 80's to more. afternoon clouds, but a very nice finished the weekend. >>> coming u
reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from indiana. mr. buyer: mr. speaker, you're moving fast today. i yield myself such time as i may consume. had i known i would have been here at the first bill. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. buyer: so -- and i'm serious about that comment. you have to give us adequate time to get to the floor so we can respond to the bills and i am recognized and am making a statement because i'm really upset. this is the way the majority has been running the congress, mr. speaker. . you wonder why the american people are upset with majority is because of this. if you don't give adequate notice to the ranking member to be to the floor on bills, people are going to know. you know they are going to know? because i'm going to tell the story. rules matter around this place. now, let me go back to the first bill. the only reason i want to mention this is because i want to thank, you just passed it, we are going to do it by voice, let me tell you what's upsetting. it's the parliamentarian. from the time you drop that bill and the parli
is things like health care. he gets hurt in indiana for the optional things he went for, not for the crucial things he had to go for in some form. >> back to your point. if he had been a no rock the boat obama, done nothing really big, just done stimulus, you're arguing he would have been better off politically. >> among independent voters if he made jobs and the economy the immediate problem the only issue for 2009, i think arguably he would have been in a better position. >> he would have pushed almost a trillion dollars in stimulus spending. >> a lot of that was tax cuts. a big chunk of that was tax cuts. >> you're saying he wouldn't be hated by the center and the right. >> this is not about either or. clearly the economy is killing him. clearly people are angry at washington trying to figure out where the line is. if you talk to the white house, they sort of follow the line you're approaching which is there's nothing we could have done here. >> i don't know whether there was an easy safe haven for them to i'd. if he had done the middle of the road blah, blah, blah, don't try anything agg
. an indiana couple could be forced to give up the son they've been caring for for three years as they head to court today to battle for the little boy they love. we'll talk with them in an exclusive interview "early" this tuesday morning, september 2th, exclusive interview "early" this tuesday morning, september 2th, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> much of the country waking up to extreme weather, including us here in new york city. good morning, everyone. i'm maggie rodriguez. >> and we got soaked around here yesterday. good morning, everyone, i'm harry smith. of course in the midwest there's still a lot of cleanup and a lot of water piled up all over the place there. and the big story, then, turns out to be in southern california. california, a record-breaking heat wave making l.a. feel more like death valley. in downtown los angeles yesterday, thermometers topped out at 113 degrees, an all-time high. more than 30,000 customers lost power. and the l.a. department of water and power says it recorded its highest-ever demand for electricity. "early" show national correspondent hattie kau
across michigan and washington pushing through indiana and ohio. another cluster out of missouri there. for us a few clouds blowing off the storms this morning. otherwise in the 60s. look at the 70sin the ohio valley ahead of the cold front. a little touch of autumn across the northeast. in the 40s with 30s toward lake la sid. 58 reston. arlington is 64. so is brandywine and so is springfield while we sit at 69 at reagan national. 72 or so around 9:00. 80 at noon. breezy this actual. could be a late shower north and west. highs 84 to 89 down south. 31. let's find out about angie's problems. >> tieups to avoid early on. begin with an accident at marlboro bike between brooks drive and silver hill we are hears because of this accident it will be like this until 5:00 a.m., maybe even 5:30. we have construction we are keeping an eye out on. surprise surprise. south capitol street is closed in both directions where it meets the douglas bridge. hopefully that will open up by the 5:00 hour, as well. watch for construction at 824 montgomery village avenue. smooth sailing to the split. 395 north
. >> reporter: while i felt that lego let my imagination run wild -- >> it's in your hands to help indiana jones solve the great mystery. >> reporter: now kids are told how to create an indiana jones fight scene. by doing that you are imposing some limits or directions on the child easily creative play. >> i don't think it limits their imagination, i think it shows them, here's another play scenario, here's another play scenario. what i find when i see children playing, suddenly there's a pirate ship sailing straight into a star wars base. and i say, hang on, you can't do this. they say, why? >> reporter: hip young things like wil, charges with dreaming up new things to hook a new generation. >> i loved legos but i didn't actually think of it as a job. >> reporter: it is now. wil gets paid for coming up with stuff like atlantis. an 8-year-old kid might be able to do your job better than you. >> possibly. but i'll try not to think about that. >> reporter: by the way, it's not just for kids. afols, adult fans of lego, are big. apparently accounting for up to 10% of sales. there's even a magazine.
university, indiana and chicago. hope to see you there. from new york. from new york. good night, america. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >>> it's tea time for republicans as candidates backed by grassroot activists win big primary races. we look at two people responsible for checking up the g.o.p. status quo. the man from buffalo who wants to shake up new york state politics. live from the studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening, i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. it's not champagne, but tea that has the beverage of choice for many republicans today. grassroots organization under the tea party umbrella flexed their newfound political muscle again in tuesday's primaries. chief political correspondent carl cameron reports from delaware, scene of the biggest upset of the night. >> the people of delaware have spoken. [ applause ] >> reporter: tea party conservative christine o'donnell shocked republican mike castle and his establishment supporters for the delaware g.o.p. senate confirmation last night. this morning, senate republican officials who had the
a look at this ad from congressman joe donnelly, a second term democrat from indiana in a tight fight. >> they're at it again. smearing joe donnelly. the fact, joe donnelly is indiana's independent congressman opposing president bush's attempts to private ties social security and voted against nancy pell yos ease' energy tax. but the follows a party lineending our jobs overseas and risk our social security t in the stock market the. is a difference. joe donnelly is independent voice protecting families. >> i'm joe donnelly. i approved this ad. >> so kim, the subtext of the ad should be nancy pelosi? i never met the woman. who is that? won't be seen in the same room with her. how many democrats are running on this theme? >> well, if you're in trouble right now in thepolls, you're basically running on this team. this is what democrats have decided they will run on this, which is opposition to their parties agenda and also, nancyent personally and pell easeo and mathry leader hairy reid. you're seeing it not just on health care but stimulus, also on the cap and trade vote that happened a
, lisha shinolt, right? that's right. is from columbus, indiana. yes. and, uh, let's hear about you now. i am married for 31 years to my wonderful husband alvin. mm-hmm. my pride and joy is my two gorgeous daughters-- kaylyn, who is 25, and whitley, who is 21. yeah. in my spare time, i love to eat, laugh, and have fun with my family and friends. all right. well, we can provide the laughter here and you provide the food, and it's nice to have you here. thank you. uh, i have some candy you can try later. good. i love it. guadalupe garcia is here from right here in los angeles, right? that's correct. and you're married? yes, i am-- my wonderful husband edgar, and i have four wonderful kids-- edgar, eve, emily, and cindy. oh. i-i thought there was a pattern. and then you messed--then you messed me up with cindy there. yeah. you work as well? yes, i do. i work for the los angeles county department of health services. mm-hmm. all right. well, it's good to have all three of you here. get ready. we're gonna do another "toss up." this one is worth $2,000, and the category is "person." ♪ jonathan.
is health care. he gets hurt in places like indiana, which is where i went for the story, for the optional things he went for. >> back to your point. if head been a good time charlie, no rock the boat obama, done nothing big, just done stimulus, you're reporting he would have been better off politically. >> among independent voters if he made jobs in the economy the only issue, the immediate problem, the only issue for 2009 arguably -- >> but he would have pushed almost a trillion dollars in stimulus spending. a big chunk was tax cuts. >> you're saying he wouldn't be hated by the senate or the right? >> this is not about either/or. clearly the economy is killing him. kpleerly people are angry at washington trying to figure out where the line is. if you talk to the white house, they follow the line you're approaching which is, there's nothing we could have done here. >> i'm challenging you, i don't know if there was an easy safe haven. if he had done middle of the road, blah, blah, blah, would he be more popular today? >> if the stimulus was less than it was we would have higher unemploymen
, chris. i'm in indianapolis, indiana, today to interview governor mitch dams. as you know, a successful and popular governor with approval ratings in the mid-60s, even in these tough economic times. a string of balanced budgets behind him and a budget surplus in a state that really was in financial straits before he took office in 2005. now he has not ruled out a possible run in 2012 for president. his name continually pops up. in fact, today's "indianapolis star," the front page says this. is daniel setting the table for '12? dinner with republican heavy-hitters suggest interest in running for president. his name continually pops up. as a possible candidate. perhaps the unobama, his supporters say. here is what he said about the prospects today. >> people have said keep an open mind or reopen your mind to this. i said all right. nothing changed in my outlook at this stage. look, like millions of people, i'm really concerned about the country. >> this is part of a series of interviews we're doing with possible 2012 republican candidates. it will start running the week after the mid-term
buy out the area for the mosque. lourdes duarte. >>> an indiana woman learns her fate after being found guilty in the beating death of her cousin she was baby sitting. >>> now there are environmental concerns as crews try to clean up a problem. >>> slight warm up could be on the way. tom skilling tells us all about it. this is it, the final days of our summer sales event and your last chance to save. i'm angie everhart, and i lost 34 pounds on nutrisystem. if you've been thinking of starting nutrisystem, there won't be a better time this year. this is your last chance to get our gourmet select line at our lowest price for the rest of the year. i'm marie osmond, and i lost 50 pounds on nutrisystem. i lost over 100 pounds and lowered my blood sugar on nutrisystem d. our summer sales event has a program on sale just for you, but you must act now. that's me 22 pounds ago, and i'm never going back there again. enjoy four perfectly portioned meals a day, including fresh-frozen options. people say i look 10 years younger. i feel 10 years younger. you will not see a lower price for the re
. i only noticed a couple of high, thin clouds here and there. up in ohio and michigan and indiana, there is some rain. that should stay north of us with high pressure giving us good weather once again. you might get tired of this good weather. it is just to drive. we'll talk about rain in the forecast coming up. >> our big story, the race for maryland governor is heating up. bob ehrlich hit the airwaves with his first television ad entitled "let's get to work." >> kim dacey joins us live from northwest baltimore with details. >> early voting polling places opened on friday. nearly 23,000 people statewide have cast their ballots already. those who have not have more to think about as bob ehrlich hit the tv airwaves. >> i am bob ehrlich. >> in his first television ad, bob ehrlich reintroduced himself to maryland voters. >> i am not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. >> he showed the -- we showed the spot to a political analyst. >> it was a perfect ad for his campaign. ad looks good. >> the esthetics always matter with ads. there are subtle things, but it is importan
, florida, texas, indiana, ohio, pennsylvania, north carolina, california, and arizona. >>> and not everyone was amused by last week's congressional testimony from comedian stephen colbert. sunny hoyer called it inappropriate and a quote embarrassment to colbert. and now here's an early look. the dow opened at 10,860. the s&p rose 10 points and the nasdaq added 54. in tokyo the nikkei rose 130 points while in hong kong the hang seng jumped to 121. >>> the dow on track for its best september since 1954. the big question will this month's surge continue for a fourth straight week. the answer lies which way the economic data swings. 'll get an update on consumer confidence and spending and a fresh look at home prices. auto data seams for september is also due and should be a little higher this month. coming up on thursday, wall street will get another reading on just how much the economy grew in the second quarter with another look at gross domestic product. >>> treasury secretary tim geithner will be meeting for the first time this week. the goal will be to find ways for fiscal responsibility
and a republican congressman is a surprise winner. winning the value vote was congressman mike pence of indiana. mike huckabee came in second. >>> coming up, an important message for every young woman. what arnold schwarzenegger's daughter is telling young women. >>> a beautiful weather pattern right now. >>> a car hit and injured two children in northeast d.c. one of the victims is in serious condition. the children are six and eight years old. we will bring you more information as it becomes available. >>> a woodbridge man is behind bars and police say a teenage girl accused him of rape. he was arrested following an investigation on saturday. investigators say a 13 year old said he sexually assaulted her in his home. he remains held without bond. >>> biking around the district got a little easier today. d.c. and arlington launched its new bike shared system. 1100 new bikes are available to rent. you pick up the bike and ride it or you need to go and you leave the bike at a station nearby. >> arnold schwarzenegger's daughter comes to the region with an important message. >>> summer officially
leaped republican, even throughout this decade and during the obama acentury dancy. north dakota, indiana, those are places that could be difficult under any circumstance. if this gets really deep, you'll g into see things like california and wisconsin on the outer edge. that would be the majority maker for the republicans in the senate. >> chuck told me to do the house. so i'll do the house. let's look at indiana right now. the 9th district is republican. the naval economy grad marines, chicago, j.d. from indiana, the race is even. this is the kind of race where we have a good year for the republicans. this could be seat number 38, 39, 40. but of course, there are other seats that could go 55 and up. one here is south carolina. john spratt, this is a number that chuck has followed the years. the republican is nick molaney, he's running a good race. the polls show this race even. republicans are optimistic. you take this race in south carolina, the indiana race, a couple other contests with an open seat in tennessee, and you are at 40 seats. >> one way to think about the house is the firs
. they are scheduled to meet tomorrow in new york. the college football season begins tonight. towson place indiana. this is a big step up. good luck to the tigers'. >> thank you. i don't see any purple. we will not talk about that the quest that is the rule. >> here is a look ahead tour next hour. >> dozens of turtles return to the gulf of mexico. inaugural grand prix is expanding. >> people in a solid dark through bones of fire at each other. >> things are pretty quiet weather-wise this morning. stay with us. stay with us. as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or republicans it's about common sense and doing what's best for our families. maybe that's why i'm ranked one of the most independent members of congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message.
-old company into an international fashion powerhouse. she grew up in a small town in indiana. she sewed her own clothes and dreamed about a life in fashion. she has fulfilled that dream once associated with the classic trench coat burberry now sells everything from accessories to cosmetics. the luxury brand made $2.2 billion in sales this year. i am very pleased to have heifer here on this program in london for the first time. welcome. >> thank you. >> rose: indiana to london. did you really, growing up in indiana, think, you know, what i want to do is be in fashion and what i want to do is run a great company? >> yeah. (laughs) yeah. i... i'm from... i'm one of six kids and i am right in the mid-sol i grew up in a competitive household and just loved fashion my whole life. grew up living in vogue magazine and hanging out at the mall and i actually didn't dream of london but new york, absolutely. i mean, new york, i would make it if i made it to new york and i got any job in the fashion industry. so i don't think... i don't think at that age i was looking ahead as c.e.o. and probably wasn't
to talk to you. >> thank you. >>> for republic dmans indiana the time is now. and our t.j. holmes is on the scene on the cnn election express this morning, you're in indianapolis. are they having high hopes for midterm election there's, t.j.? >> reporter: oh, you better believe they have high hope, kiran. republicans are enthused. and they think they have good reason to be. but i'm here in indianapolis. our fourth stop in four days on the election express bus. and i am standing in the very place where president obama was standing two years ago, just two weeks before he was elected. why did he come here then? why maybe he should come back here now. things are a lot different. i'll have the story coming up. live report on the most news in the morning. the most powerful half-ton crew in america has a powertrain backed for 100,000 miles. chevy silverado half-ton a consumers digest best buy and the most dependable, longest-lasting full-size pickups on the road. now get 0% apr for 72 months on 2010 silverado half-ton models with an average finance savings around $5,600. everyone knows a
. next is a democratic congressman from indiana. did you have a chance to hear our guest saying that is what you might end up doing. you are one of those "guys." is it likely you will see an extension of all the bush tax cuts for a year or two including for the rich. >>guest: that is behalf i would like to see. most important thing is to put america back to work and now is not the right time to let those tax breaks expire. we are going to start voting at 6:00. if we take those in the next hour i am fine. but i vote to extend both, all across the board. >>neil: why hasn't the speaker, your leadership, then, sort of called the republican's bluff and say, we are for extending on the tax cuts, but justify the middle class. yes-or-no. why has that not come up or are a number of folks like you saying all or nothing. >>guest: i am not in the inneither circles in the roundtable to discuss the procedure on how to go about this, but they are testing the waters seeing what they might be able to pass and go from there. but, again, we should pass those directly. and we should do it before we
and tennessee and out in indiana, that rain sneaking in from the west. there is a weather system out there, and it will come in tomorrow, not today. so today would look ok. kind of a 50/50 slit split for the weekend. details ahead. >> our big story today marks the ninth anniversary of the september tror attack. >> this year the anniversary has been overshadowed by a planned islamic cultural center near ground zero and the planned burning of the koran by a florida pastor. >> despite a heated debate around a proposed mosque at ground zero and plans by one florida pastor to burn copies of the koran, today, nine years after tror struck, the focus returns to remembering the victims. ceremonies in new york, pennsylvania, and virginia paid tribute to the 270 victims -- to the victims killed during the attack on 9/11. throughout the morning, as has now become the tradition the names of victims will be read, and four moments of silence will mark the times each plane hit and each plane fell. vice president joe biden is attending along with first responders. at the pentagon president obama delivers m
live. t.j., look, if you want to talk about 2008 election night surprises, none bigger than indiana, right, going for candidate barack obama. no democrat since lyndon johnson carried indiana, and yet the economy could see that state turn red again in november, correct? >> reporter: yeah, that was a long time ago. you got to go way back, and you talked about election night surprises, president obama, candidate obama at that time, won by one percentage point but the surprise was two weeks before the election when candidate obama came here to where i am, indianapolis, to this very place where i'm standing, the american legion mall, a big open, grassy park like area. he came here two weeks before the election. see the pictures? you might remember this. 35,000 people according to police estimates showed up to be here. not a lot of people were surprised they showed up but they thought he was wasting his time. of course, a democrat is going to lose indiana. sure enough, he came here, a much different time in this state, 6.7% unemployment. let's fast-forward would years, back in the same sp
is important to me. what is important to me is the way i represent the people of indiana. >> we have the democratic incumbent, baron hill. he has served since 1998. he was defeated one time in 2004 and won his seat back. he is challenged by republican todd young. he is making his first run at any public office. it is a very interesting district. it runs along the ohio river in southern indiana. it seems to be homogenous, but there it is actually quite a lot of diversity in terms of political thought. you have areas of bloomington, one of the most liberal areas of the state, in the northern part of the district. you have a big swath of area where people consider themselves democrats. they elect democrats locally, they elect democrats to the state house, but they tend to vote republican for the president. you get eight real mix. the result is, even though the district can be considered a democrat district, there is a lot of southern indiana conservatism there. you're not sure how that will turn out. one of the things that makes the district interesting and very expensive for candidates
. expedia. president obama: yeah, i took a trip to elkhart, indiana, today. elkhart's a place that has lost jobs faster >>> i took a trip to elkhart, indiana today. it's lost jobs faster than it's lost jobs faster than anywhere else in america. that tell people where to find food banks, even as the food banks don't have enough to meet the demand. what i wouldn't do for a do-over. [ female announcer ] neutrogena® clinical skincare helps restore collagen depleted skin to undo the look of a year's worth of skin aging in just 4 weeks. clinical skincare. neutrogena®. >>> 5:44 in the morning. a beautiful picture of the jefferson memorial in washington, d.c. let's get a check on weather from nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> are we still on for our gym, tan laundry thing? >> yeah, until it drops below 70 we're doing that every day. >> can't wait y. you have to explain. i'm trying to catch up. let's talk about the forecast today. it's going to be hot in some areas. the last day of summer certainly will feel like it and the heat is spreading to the east. if you were up in new england yesterday mor
. and indiana from memorial stadium from bloomington where the hoosiers jumped on him quick. this is darius williams, finds a seam, 49 yards. nice hedge this. five in the end zone. 14-0 indiana. he hung tough coached by andrews, that's chris hart to moore from freck rickson virginia. he's gone. 64 yards. the tigers 0-1 back home next week. more than 30 years ago a young 16-year-old student made a memorable mark to the finals of the open. her name was pam shriver. another young lady with ties hold off a major upset at flushing meadow. 18-year-old beet truss. she upset irvani from france. second set here. she's up 4-3. she wins the point to go up 5-3. and you could feel -- feel the momentum just all -- in the corner. match point here. beet truss attends the -- beatrice attends the academy. she once went to madonna. 16-year-old pam shriver reached the finals of the open. and now beatrice is in the third round thanks to that point right there. what a moment. the orioles and red sox wrapped up their series at camden yards where brad bergers
with the raiders. >> gaslight saloon data takes it, indiana wins the championship. keith smart is the hero. >> the man with the game- winning shot for indiana in the 1987 national championship game is now the warriors new head coach. keith smart has been announced as don nelson's suck sews or. >> you know that this team was not built as a don nelson team. but i identified last february there needed to be a change in this organization so that we could go forward. >> i know everything about the organization, i know everything here, i know all the faces, i know all the smiles, i know everything. i know where the bones in the back yard are buried. >> a crowd of 22,000 in san diego, supposed to be a playoff race, closed game until the cubs in the seventh doubles home alfonso soriano, chicago escapes with a 1-0 vick reover the padres, the giants now have a full game lead over san diego in the west standings. they also fall a half game behind the padres in the wildcard race. they open up a three-game set. a's rookie justin jones tied at 4 in the seventh. james forces home the go-ahead look. take
in a straw poll held at this year's summit over the weekend. it was indiana republican mike pence, not only a favorite of the religious right, but a tea party activist too. but he's not the only politician liked by these two movements which, incidentally are finding they have a lot in common. >> reporter: for conservatives, it could be a match made in political heaven. the nation's growing tea party movement joining forces with the religious right. >> would you like to alter your congress? >> reporter: in years past, the values voter summit staged this weekend in washington was a haven for social conservatives. but the speaker scheduled this year was packed with tea party rock stars. that say the summit's organizers was no accident. >> i think there's a natural alliance between social conservative voters and the tea party voters. in fact, i think if you were to poll people here, 99% of them have been to a tea party event. >> reporter: such an alliance would combine as value voters who helped george w. bush win two terms with the nation's fastest growing political government. >> we've seen s
to the the gentleman from indiana, mr. buyer. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. buyer: i thank the gentleman for yielding and i want to compliment the authors of the legislation and your work on this. but i would like to point out something before we get too excited about whether we are doing a good thing here today. number one, we are, but what are we leaving on the table? we're trying to address the issue with regard to prescription drugs and making sure that that drug gets in the hands of the right person and if the drug is safe, there's a bigger issue out there. it's called the drug safety issue and whether america's closed system is truly closed. and what we are leaving on the table is an issue for which this congress has not addressed, and it's john dingell's safety bill. it is a paper ped agree with regard to drug safety, but the biggest one of all, i would say to the clomian drug cartel, you're in the -- clomian drug cartel, you are in the wrong business. we have all the laws to hit you for your cocaine and marijuana but the great threat that is occurring to america are
takeovers. let's go through them really quickly. we know this, north dakota is one, arkansas two, indiana three. that's not a surprise to folks. we've got pennsylvania at four and we have illinois at five, at six is nevada. this is where we start getting to our toss-up races that are pure toss-ups. colorado at seven, wisconsin at eight and then the last two here, california at nine. actually washington state at ten. as you can see, what we don't have in our top ten are the other three, delaware is a big drop here, the tiny little state here, dropped out of our top ten. and then yesterday you saw president obama was in little connecticut over there. we'll see if that inches into the top ten. not quite sold there. and then there's the very red state of west virginia. democrats of course have a very, very popular governor running in joe manshun. will they put the money in that they need to win those races. one other thing republicans have to worry about, let's take a look at our map here where the democrats are targeting a few of these republican seats. there are five here that are sitting h
. >>> this comes from wthr, channel 13 in indianapolis, indiana where football fans got in on a "tweet" treat. cincinnati bengals wide receiver chad ochocinco treated dozens of fans to a fan city free dinner. fans were lined up around the block minutes after he announced via twitter that the first people to show up would win a free meal. but be able to catch a glimpse or shake some hands seemed to be enough. >>> i'm lynn berry and this is "early today," your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. >>> hurricane earl spinning off the coast in the atlantic but there is good news, the track has changed slightly. good news for us but not necessarily elsewhere. >> i'm aaron gilchrist, it is friday, september 3rd and here is what we know about earl right now. currently a category 2 storm but remains a powerful one with winds greater than 70 miles an hour. tom will have the hatest? judgment a moment. the virginia national guard standing bywise many as 200 soldiers and air americmen. there is a no swim warning in ocean city, maryland until tomorrow. chris gordon is live for us this morning.
's raining. on this front, we have rain through indiana, some pushing through toledo, ohio. we have rain in arizona and still showers in south texas. here is the setup. high pressure pushes off the coast. we call this the return flow. that pocket of warm air that was over the deep south is going to move into the east today. the exceptions would be around st. louis. rain for you. also columbia getting rain and interstate 44 from springfield up to st. louis, that will be a wet drive this morning. look at these temperatures. d.c., 91 today. new york city, 86. there's that warmth that we were talking about for your wednesday. that's a look at your national forecast. now here is a look at the weather out your window. we are going to see the warm conditions up through the big apple. charlotte, 90. same for you in orlando. this looks more like a summertime forecast instead of the first day of fall. when i come back later, i'll let you know just how long we're going to watch this mini -- i don't want to call it a heat wave, but for the end of summer, beginning of fall, it's pretty warm. >> yeah.
, an indiana democrat. >> and now joe donnelly wants us to believe he's independent. >> analysts say ads and promises will only go so far. this election voters are only looking at one thing, results. >> the economy simply is not going to improve before the election. there's nothing barack obama can do about that. >> in fact, these infrastructure projects that the president is pitching aren't expected to create any jobs until next year. lynn? >> tracie potts for us in washington. tracie, thank you. >>> well, general david petraeus is condemning one florida church's plans to commemorate 911 by burning the koran. they warn the lives of u.s. troops could be endangered if the dove world outreach center plans go through with its protest with its quote evil of islam. hundreds of afghans turned out yesterday to protest the plans. petraeus further cautioned that torching their holy writings could be a propaganda coupe. >>> this morning they report that the u.s. military's new armored trucks are significantly reducing deaths in afghanistan. last year nearly 80% resulted in occupants being killed b
. >> leaving for indiana. >> one day early. >> we machine to stay through friday but will skip out one day early. >> reporter: you want vacation toened early? >> huh-uh. >> we know what to do with a tornado but not necessarily a hurricane. >> reporter: the wind is picking up early, blowing out the chest-high waves that surfers had to slap to ride. a lot of them are hoping for something bigger. >> when it comes on shore obviously there is concerns, beach erosion and just homes. we don't want anyone to come home to an empty place or a foundation. >> at the marina at rudy's inlet the u.s. geological survey is installing gauges to track any storm surge. the data should help them to better predict the next storm in as water comes in and floods the area you will know exactly when that occurred and exactly how high that got within one hundredth or 200ths of a foot. >> if you have any doubt about the power of this storm, listen to this. it passed right over noaa buoy off of puerto rico and the buoy measured a 52-foot wave. 52 feet. that's enormous. jc? >> this is nothing to play with. >> bruce les
to everynown antibiotic. three people who recently traveled to india. patients in massachusetts, indiana and illinoi have been affected. >>> rescue workers in thailand are assessing the damage after a majo flood caused roads to collapse. several bystanders were seen run to go safety seconds before the road buckled and just washed away. >>> now here is an early look at how wall street will open the day. the dow opens at 10,54 4/after adding 81 points yesterday. the s&p gained 12 points and the nasdaq climbed 43. taking a look at overseas training this morning, in tokyo, the nikkei fell 22 pointsnd in hong kong t hang seng rose 37. >>> reassurance about the health of the global economy shot stocks up to their hiest level in five weeks monday. markets rallied thanks in part to a deal by globalegulators to boost bank reserves over the next several years to help prevent another worldwide financial crisis. china's economy is still booming, also aing to investors' optimism. >>> hewlett packard is add to go its ever-expansing arsenal of services buying cyber security firm arcsite. elsewhere in c
. >> we're heading back to indiana. >> leaving early? >> one day early. >> reporter: at the marina, the u.s. geological survey is placing data to help predict the next storm. >> if water comes in and flood this is area, you'll know exactly when that occurred and exactly how high that got within 100th or 200ths of a foot. >> reporter: speaking of data. we have a wind gage and we are getting about 11 mile-per-hour just off the beach here. it's a little bit faster in between some of the high-rises out here. but my colleague grant gilmore is down in kill devil hills, north carolina, and they are expecting even higher winds down there. >> reporter: as we approach midday along the outer banks of north carolina. conditions continue to gradually deteriorate. the winds have picked up to a solid 20 miles per hour and the seas have become much more choppy than just a couple of hours ago. locals are preparing. they are sandbagging, boarding up windows and taking the precautioned intoed -- precautioned needed. still some blue skies as we approach midday. along the outer banks of north carolina. here i
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